Last ultrasound I got, I seen my baby blowing bubbles lol. I thought it was cute so I told my mom and sister about it and they said it was kinda weird and they never seen that happen. Jus curious, anyone else see their baby blowing bubbles?
Omg..yes!! I had my 2nd ultrasounds done last week and in everyone of the pics he was blowin bubbles. I never experienced this w my other 2 children. I even got one of the 3D pics with him blowin a bubble. Glad my lil man ain't the only one doin it..lol
I was always told by every medical professional that a baby blowing bubbles is impossible. That is probably something else you are seeing. As the baby has nit breathed air yet to create the bubbles. One of my daughters u/s pics looks like she is blowing bubbles and my sister in law still argues with me to this day that is what she is doing. But she wasn't at the u/s to watch it live. The "bubbles" was actually her pulling her hand away after sucking her thumb and the u/s only lit up her knuckles.
My last ultrasound I saw my little girl hiccup. It kinda scared me because she did this really fast movement, but it was so cute. I'm hoping I get another one here soon. I'm due May 9th, but no one has said anything about me getting another one.
My ultrasound tech me herself tht it was bubbles. U can clearly c it in everyone of my 4 pics I have. Cause I was curious as to what it was and thts what she told me. I dunno wht else it cld b. In one of the pics u can clearly c his mouth puckered up and a bubble comin out. I will try and post them on here so everyone can c them.
It could be a hand or foot. An u/s can't even pick up air. She probably told you that to make you feel excited. But you can't blow a bubble if there is no air in your lungs. Your description of this bubble looks just like mine but it is my babys hand. But you can't tell unless you were there to watch her pull her hand back and forth. The hiccup, now that is precious, amazing you got to see that happening! I only ever got to see my girl suck her thumb, and this one wont move his hands away from his face.
Ya it was bubbles. What else could it be, Im 36 weeks and his head already dropped in place and his hands were no where near his mouth, you can see bubbles clearly coming out from his mouth, the ultrasound tech is the one that told me they were bubbles. What kind of medical expert did you ask? Cus I'm sure all drs study different things and a regular Dr probably wouldn't know all the things babies do while in the womb as much as an ultrasound tech or OBGYN would.
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